Jethro Tull - Life Is A Long Song chords version 1

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Life Is A Long Song chords (version 1)
Jethro Tull (Ian Anderson)

Capo VII (for fingerpicking only)

D C G  4x

D C D C A A7When you're falling awake and you take stock of the new day,
D C D C A A7and you hear your voice croak as you choke on what you need to say,
F Cwell, don't you fret, don't you fear,
G A A7I will give you good cheer.
D C GLife's a long song.
D C GLife's a long song.
D CLife's a long song.
G AIf you wait then your plate I will fill.
D C D C A A7As the verses unfold and your soul suffers the long day,
D C Dand the twelve o'clock gloom spins the room,
C A A7you struggle on your way.
F CWell, don't you sigh, don't you cry,
G A A7lick the dust from your eye.
D C GLife's a long song.
D C GLife's a long song.
D CLife's a long song.
G A A7We will meet in the sweet light of dawn.
D C D C A A7As the Baker Street train spills your pain all over your new dress,
D C D C A A7and the symphony sounds underground put you under duress,
F C G A A7well don't you squeal as the heel grinds you under the wheel.
D C GLife's a long song.
D C GLife's a long song.
D CLife's a long song.
G ABut the tune ends too soon for us all.
D C D C A A7 D C D C A A7 F C G A A7 D C G D C G D C G
G A D C G ABut the tune ends too soon for us all.
Set8 Life Is A Long Song chords (version 2) Jethro Tull (Ian Anderson) (Fingerpicking or pick) A G D 4x *
A G A G E E7When you're falling awake and you take stock of the new day,
A G A G E E7and you hear your voice croak as you choke on what you need to say,
C Gwell, don't you fret, don't you fear,
D E E7I will give you good cheer.
A G DLife's a long song.
A G DLife's a long song.
A G Life's a long song.
D E E7If you wait then your plate I will fill.
A G A G E E7As the verses unfold and your soul suffers the long day,
A G Aand the twelve o'clock gloom spins the room,
G E E7you struggle on your way.
C GWell, don't you sigh, don't you cry,
D E E7lick the dust from your eye.
A G DLife's a long song.
A G DLife's a long song.
A G Life's a long song.
D E E7We will meet in the sweet light of dawn.
A G A G E E7As the Baker Street train spills your pain all over your new dress,
A G A G E E7and the symphony sounds underground put you under duress,
C G D E E7well don't you squeal as the heel grinds you under the wheels.
A G DLife's a long song.
A G DLife's a long song.
A G Life's a long song.
D E But the tune ends too soon for us all.
A G A G E E7 A G A G E E7 C G D E E7 A G D A G D A G D
D E A G D EBut the tune ends too soon for us all.
* Alternate: Capo II A = G G = F E = D E7 = D7 C = Bb Set8 http://sites.google.com/site/guitarmusicchordsandlyrics/
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